Former Dog Owners Plead Guilty In Botched AmputationsTwo people have pleaded guilty in botched amputations on a pit bull that caused the dog to lose her ears and a hind leg.
Dallas Firefighters Rescue Dog With Its Throat CutFirefighters brought the dog back to their station and treated her.
New USPS Dog Attack List Rekindles Dallas Pit Bull DebateShould pit bulls be outlawed in the city of Dallas? Some city council members said yes, after hearing from officials with the U.S. Postal Service.
Pit Bull Mauling Death Being Referred To Grand JuryDallas Police say they'll refer a dog-mauling death to grand jury to determine if criminal charges should be considered.
Infant Killed In Pit Bull Attack In DallasA 10-week-old baby was attacked and killed by the family's pit bull on Sunday afternoon in the Red Bird area of Dallas.
Pit Bull Attacks, Kills 2-Year-Old Dallas BoyA pit bull attacked and killed a Dallas toddler Sunday afternoon, after the dog was left along with the child for a few minutes, according to the parents.
Mother, 2 Daughters Recovering After Pit Bull AttackA family is still recovering after a pit bull attack sent a McKinney mother and two daughters to the hospital overnight.
3 Members Of Family Hospitalized After Pit Bull AttackA North Texas woman viciously attacked by a pit bull might well owe her life to an officer with the McKinney Police Department.
Family Speaks Out After Police Officer Shoots, Kills Pet A North Texas family is speaking out after a Cleburne police officer shots and kills their dog.
Cleburne Mayor Taking Dog Shooting SeriouslyCleburne Mayor Scott Cain is addressing concerns about a police officer who is currently under investigation and receiving death threats for the shooting death of a pit bull.
Some Question If Officer Shooting Of Dog Was JustifiedA Cleburne police officer says an aggressive pitbull charged at him, so he shot the dog three times, killing the animal.
Arlington Officer Adopts Dog He SparedA police officer who chose not to shoot a pit bull that acted aggressively toward people has adopted the dog. Sgt. Gary Carter saved the pooch from the Arlington city pound.